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Books ( alphabetical by title)

A is for Asia by Cynthia Chin-Lee

Adoption: Let's Talk About It by Fred Rogers

The Ballad of Mulan by Song Nan Zhang

Children Just Like Me by Barnabas & Anabel Kindersley

Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes by Robert Wyndham (Editor)

Chinese New Year's Dragon by Rachel Singh

Cleversticks by Bernard Ashley

Count Your Way Through China by Jim Haskins

Dumpling Soup by Rattigan

Emma's Rug by Allen Say

Families are Different by Nina Pellegrini

Hush by Minfong Ho

In the Snow by Huy Voun Lee

Jingwei Filling the Sea by Feng Jiannan

Jin Woo by Eve Bunting

Kites by Demi

Koala Lu by Mem Fox

The Legend of the Indian Paintbrush by Tomie de Paola

Lion Dancer, Ernie Wan's Chinese New Year by Kate Waters & Madeline Slovenz-Low

Long Is a Dragon: Chinese Writing for Children by Peggy Goldstein

Look What Came From China by Miles Harvey

Mommy Far, Mommy Near by Carol Antoinette Peacock

Mooncakes and Hungry Ghosts: Festivals of China  by Carol Stepanchuk and Charles Wong

A Mother for Choco by Keiko Kaska

My Friends by Tari Goma

Oh My Baby, Little One by Kathi Appelt

Our Baby from China by Nancy D'Antonio

The Paper Dragon by Marguerite W. Davol

Postcards From China by Zoe Dawson

Red Eggs and Dragon Boats: Celebrating Chinese Festivals, by Carol Stepanchuk

Silent Lotus by Jeanne M. Lee

A Ticket to China by Janet Riehecky

Through Moon and Stars and Night Skies by Ann Turner

The Trip Back Home by Janet Wong

A Visit to China by Peter & Connie Roop

Whoever You Are by Mem Fox

Yoko by Rosemary Wells

On-line Bookstores

Ni Hao Book An online bookstore dedicated to equipping you to help children learn Mandarin Chinese and Chinese culture


Skipping Stones  Bi-monthly multicultural publication for children ages 8-16.


Chinese astrology:  What animal sign were you born under?  Find out here...

With the right supplies and some patience, you can learn how to paint beautiful Chinese characters.

Do the Chinese celebrate Christmas?   Find out if and how they do here...

Speaking of major holidays, Chinese culture has many unique traditions:  The Mid-Autumn Festival, The Lantern Festival, Chinese New Year.

Can't figure out when Chinese holidays occur?   Find out more about the Chinese calendar.

See China right from your chair:  Beijing, Shanghai, and lots more great cities.